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OOPS - you just SAID that didn't you Rivka??? HELLO . . . . . . ; ~ )
If you try this technique I'd love to hear your opinion!
You're just up the road from me - yeah!! Another Virginia neighbor!!!
@Stephanie - I have never heard of using tea but all but herbal teas are nothing more than tannic acid. I suppose that the tea would cut any oily/greasy substance on the floor. The water will get the dirt.
They make my dull floors shine! Guessing its all just build up. Hoping to get out of this house w/o paying for a refinish..
one bottle) because it can build up and then needs to be stripped just like mop and glo for tle. I didn't want to deal with that so I use the vinegar/water solution as well as a "tea wash" every 3 months.
@Pam D, the alcohol makes sense. We use it at work to cut clean electrical connectors any many other parts. Everything is de-energized of course.
@Stephanie M, I'll give it a try on the stuborn area where the dog waits for her treats.
I have 2 boys that play lacrosse & football, a daughter that is a competitive gymnast, a husband, a dog & I work for my dad. Many times I am just happy to get the floor swept & right now it
Anyone else have my dilemma? Im guessing Orange Glo is just building up .. maybe I need to strip them, or is that a big/professional job?
I you can imagine a brand new shiny piece of furniture....then rub that surface with some super fine sand paper....the finish will no longer be shiny...this has to do with the "abrasion" of the finish where the light rays no longer reflect. This same process happens to a floor but instead of
The second area is cleaning residue...imagine that same shiny piece of furniture now add some dilute dish soap and let is dry on the surface hear you will be left with a sticky dull residue...this residue will attract more dirt and contribute to problem no 1 above.. In the soap residue dept a though a complete "rinse" can make it look better.